Execellent Poster Awards were given to the following young researchers:
Takashi Kagaya (Tokyo Institute of Technology, D2)
Tatsuhiko Miura (The University of Tokyo, M2)
Kota Uriya (Tohoku University, PD)
Kyouhei Wakasa (Hokkaido University, PD)
9:30- 9:40 | Opening |
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9:40-10:30 | Tadahiro Miyao (Hokkaido University) Operator inequalities in condensed matter physics |
10:40-11:30 | Noboru Chikami (Tohoku University) Global solution for the Navier-Stokes-Poisson system in two and higher dimensions |
11:30-13:00 | Lunch Break |
13:00-13:30 | Naoto Nakano (Hokkaido University) Error analysis of an inverse problem of a stochastic differential equation arising from an empirical modelling and its application |
13:40-14:10 | Sungyong Park (Tohoku University) Local well-posedness for 1d-NLS in the critical $\widehat{L}^{r}(\mathbb{R})$ space |
14:40-15:00 | Mitsuo Higaki (Tohoku University) Navier wall law for nonstationary viscous incompressible flows |
15:00-15:20 | Daiju Funakawa (Hokkaido University) Estimate of the degeneracy of the ground state in quantum field models |
15:20-15:40 | Shoichi Hasegawa (Tohoku University) Existence of a critical exponent for an Henon type equation on the hyperbolic space |
16:00-17:50 | Poster Session » Poster Presentation List |
18:00- | Reception |
9:40-10:30 | Chun Liu (The Pennsylvania State University) Energetic variation approaches for non-ideal electrolytes |
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10:40-11:30 | Shinya Okabe (Tohoku University) The two obstacle problem for the parabolic biharmonic equation |
11:30-13:00 | Lunch Break |
13:00-13:30 | Salomé Oudet (The University of Tokyo) Hamilton-Jacobi equations for optimal control on network |
13:40-14:10 | Tsubasa Itoh (Tokyo Institute of Technology) The growth of the vorticity gradient for the two-dimensional Euler flow on a domain with corners |
14:40-15:00 | Yuuki Kimura (Tohoku University) Asymptotic profile of the solution to a linear thermoelastic equation |
15:00-15:20 | Jin Takahashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Time-dependent singularities in a semilinear heat equation |
15:20-15:40 | Hiroshi Wakui (Tohoku University) Non-uniform bound and finite time blow up for solutions to a drift-diffusion equation in higher dimensions |
15:40-16:00 | Poster Award Ceremony / Closing |